A summary of the Paul Stainton Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Peterborough broadcast from 07:00 to 09:00 on Wednesday 5th May 2010. News travel weather and interviews.
Dogsthorpe locals welcome a dispersal order granted to clear groups of troublesome youth.
Voodoo Lounge Stamford gigs forced to cease over neighbour noise complaints.
Perkins Engines hands £1000 to St Theresa’s Charity for the homeless.
Goldhay Arts charity for adults with disabilities battles for survival.
The A14 is closed by an overturned lorry at Godmanchester.
Cambridgeshire-based snooker player Neil Robertson’s bleach-blond hair could be all the rage.
The volcanic ash cloud hovers near Scotland threatening air traffic once again.
A gardening guru welcomes a campaign to rescue misplaced bees.
A Chiddock pensioner blocks the A35 using the button on a pedestrian crossing.
The General Election campaigning becomes frenzied as politicos clamour for attention.
An improvement in the weather bodes well for remedial work on the Gulf of Mexico oil-spill.
Protests against austerity measures in Greece present a worry for the Eurozone.
Michael Houlihan Voodoo Lounge Stamford.
John Lionel Hairdresser.
Mike Sockett Politics Lecturer.
Charles Swift Independent Cllr Peterborough City Council.
Barbara Minns Dogsthorpe Community Association.
Sue Watters St. Theresa’s Charity for the Homeless.
Geoff Stebbings Gardening Answers Magazine.
Richard Davis Peterborough Beekeepers’ Association.
Producer: Ben Stevenson
Sport: Nick Fairburn
News: Samantha Dalton
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: John Lord
Phones: Kerry Devine